1972 Lamborghini Jarama 400 GT s/n 10348 Bronze Metallic with Senape Leather The Jarama, introduced in 1970, was one of the last front-engined Lamborghini GT`s, terminating the line that began with the very first Lamborghini, the 350GT. Mechanically, it was similar to the Espada, but with a 10.6 inch shorter wheelbase, the Jarama was considerably more agile to drive. Continuing on with Lamborghini’s sophisticated quad-cam V-12, all independent suspension, and five-speed gearbox, the Jarama was a deliberately understated high performance `businessman`s express` intended for those who appreciated Lamborghini`s engineering and performance, but who wanted to maintain a more refined lifestyle and image. Nevertheless, the styling has a subdued excitement that is hinted at by the sharp creases and muscular wheelarches. The car is very well proportioned, and thanks to its thin pillars and generous greenhouse, visibility is excellent. Today, the Jarama continues to exemplify this more subdued approach to enjoying a Lamborghini, in addition to being extremely underappreciated when compared to similar cars. This example, chassis number 10348, was the last example built finish in the color sch
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